ダンジョン飯 6 [Dungeon Meshi 6]

ダンジョン飯 6 [Dungeon Meshi 6]

It's eat or be eaten... literally! Joined By Shuro's and Kabru's parties, the group has swelled in size, making for triple the mouths to feed! Food is scarce on the lower levels, but even so, the newcomers aren't quite the adventurous eaters Laios and his party have become. Their disgust turns to rage when Laios reveals the forbidden magic used to revive Falin?and Falin, in It's eat or be eaten... literally! Joined By Shuro's and Kabru's parties, the group has swelled in size, making ...

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Title:ダンジョン飯 6 [Dungeon Meshi 6]
Author:Ryoko Kui
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Genres:Sequential Art
ISBN:ダンジョン飯 6
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Edition Language:Japanese
Format Type:Paperback
Number of Pages:208 pages pages

ダンジョン飯 6 [Dungeon Meshi 6] Reviews

  • Laurianne Uy
    Jan 30, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Ali
    Dec 23, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Bentgaidin
    Nov 15, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

  • Kathy L. Brown
    Nov 21, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

  • Lady K
    Nov 29, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

  • Tabor
    Nov 15, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

  • Diana
    Dec 31, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

  • RIN ಠ_ಠ
    Jan 10, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

  • Tyler Crumrine
    Jan 01, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Stephanie Molnar
    Nov 28, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

  • José
    Nov 19, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Sionna
    Jan 09, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

  • James
    Dec 14, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Rod Brown
    Dec 22, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

  • Karl
    Dec 25, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Steph
    Feb 04, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

  • Vanessa
    Dec 04, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

  • Jessica
    Jan 21, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Kyly
    Nov 20, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Laura
    Nov 18, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

  • Channananana
    Jan 14, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Jessica Eckstein
    Nov 27, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Mikael
    Apr 03, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • IsQ
    Jan 04, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Joel Priddy
    Jan 19, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Katie
    Feb 02, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Magali
    Oct 28, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Jacquelyn Reel
    Jan 26, 2019

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Grace H.
    Oct 25, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...

    Most of this volume felt like filler again, but it introduces some important plot points especially concerning Falin and also the gang's next step. I also really liked seeing the perspective of other adventuring parties, who kinda make you question Laios and his comrades' choices. ...

    This was a really good installment with a lot of moving forward. We learn a good chunk of things about some characters, and then there are some more interesting/comical things (but always with at least that hint of danger/wildness/horror, no matter the lightheartedness). ...

    Absolutely fantastic series. A great volume! Art is expressive and translates humor and horror effortlessly. Plot was gripping, touching, and entertaining. Love it! ...

    the cast expands and we get another perspective on the main guys. really liked the nightmare episode. ...

    I'm really not sure what will happen next. It almost feels like they are re-grouping before going on with my energy. Interesting how we are getting some chapters from the POV of the other group who I think are a much darker crowd. It is fascinating to see the main characters describe...

    It's hitting the fan, now! ...

    Meh, by far not my favorite. Not a lot of delicious or dungeon in this one. ...

    Excited to see how this will proceed...definitely a series worth picking up. ...

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  • Olivia
    Nov 23, 2018

    Another solid entry in a very enjoyable series. The adventuring party has the opportunity to win over some new allies, battles harpies, faces down a shapeshifter, and (unfortunately for haters of dream sequences like me) deals with a deadly nightmare. And, of course, some of those oppo...

    A great continuation -- this volume we get to spend a bit of time with several dungeon groups together, which really serves to highlight how strange a journey Laios's whole "Let's eat our way through the dungeon" quest has been, as well as how much trouble Marcille's little blackancien...

    -> http://antredeslivres.blogspot.com/20... Laos et ses compagnons sont tombs sur d?autres aventuriers, certains d?entre eux sont de vieilles connaissances tandis que les autres sont de parfaits inconnus. Quoi qu?il en soit, la mfiance est de mise car mme si l?amb...

    This volume felt like a departure from our story thus far. In some ways, it was nice (such as pointing out how kooky our group is for eating monsters) but at times it was jarring (there was weird flow/comprehension issues that lead me to re-read whole passages). Things have gotten ...

    The Chimera in Delicious in Dungeon is one of my absolute favorite things in a series that I can't explain to anyone because it's too big a spoiler. Volume 6 finally gets to it and it fucking whips. I'm gay and the Chimera rules and Ryoko Kui is the artist of a generation. The catgirl ...